Midyear Report: Top Privacy Developments Of 2018, Part 2

By Ben Kochman and Allison Grande (July 24, 2018, 7:52 PM EDT) -- A hastily enacted California privacy law and back-to-back Capitol Hill hearings sparked by Facebook's data-sharing debacle were among the major privacy and cybersecurity developments so far in 2018, attorneys tell Law360 in the second part of our midyear recap.

Here, we recount some of the top developments in the courts and legislatures from the first half of the year. You can find the first part of this series here.

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